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the deficit so conservation is a serious conversation. more now from santa clara. >> reporter: hi there, jess camp folks have been wondering what can we do with all of this now that we've finally gotten it? heard our friends and neighbors say it's raining but still won't be enough. a lot of folks are turning to a method that goes back to the cave man days of collecting the water for use at a later time. as the rain falls in the saratoga, brad daniels collects it in storage barrels, a way of life and his business. he founded rain savers about five years ago but when the serious drought talks started about five month ago the phones started ringing off the hook. >> i am getting calls saying, hi, can you get here before the rain starts? so i'm trying. >> daniel can install a simple barrel in about an hour at a cost of about $200. light blocking barrels where algae cannot grow and with screens to filter out debris and to keep mosquitoes from breeding, but he can also put in larger storage tanks, underground cisterns with pumps and commercial units as well. maybe not enough to supply all of the non
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